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Brett Kavanaugh’s Internet

When the Supreme Court first encountered the internet, the justices expressed wonder at its potential.  “It is ‘no exaggeration to conclude that the content on the Internet is as diverse as human thought,’” marveled Justice John Paul Stevens, then the … Continue reading

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Judge Kavanaugh’s Activist Vision of Administrative Law

Last October, Judge Brett Kavanaugh told the Heritage Foundation that statutory interpretation ideally “should be neutral, impartial, and predictable among judges of different partisan backgrounds and ideological predilections.” But he acknowledged that this is not the reality today. The Chevron … Continue reading

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Evening round-up: Final day of Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing

The Senate Judiciary Committee has concluded its hearing on the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. Today consisted of witness testimony; there were four panels and 28 total witnesses. Coverage of the day’s events comes from Jessica … Continue reading

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The Ambiguity in Judge Kavanaugh’s Chevron Critique

Amid debate over pivotal issues such as abortion rights and presidential power, senators deliberating this week over Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination want to know more about his views on a seemingly obscure 1984 U.S. Supreme Court decision in Chevron v. … Continue reading

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Judge Kavanaugh’s fight for stronger jury rights

Orrin Hatch is the senior member of the Senate Judiciary Committee. A focus of many, including myself, in evaluating Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s judicial record and philosophy has been his opinions, both judicial and academic, on the constitutional separation of powers. And rightly so, … Continue reading

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